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Hey Pythonistas, in this challenge you will expand on the work of PCC58, doing some natural language processing (NLP) on the podcast transcript data you collected. Have fun!
Here are the steps you would follow:
pip install nltk= NLTK / Natural Language Toolkit.
Good luck and have fun!
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